Mizzou’s Counseling Center promotes personal, intellectual and psychological well-being for all MU students.
The center’s staff — including licensed psychologists, psychological residents, interns, and master’s and doctoral students — assists students in coping with emotional and social concerns interfering with their success at Mizzou. Services include individual psychotherapy, group therapy, crisis intervention, outreach and consultation. Additionally, the center provides a wealth of resources on topics such as homesickness, sexual assault, identity, college adjustment, acculturation and a wide range of mental health problems.
The center’s staff also assists faculty, staff, students and parents who are concerned about an MU student. Please feel free to contact the Counseling Center's on-call therapist for consultation. We are available to help you help your student.
MU faculty and staff may receive mental health care through the Employee Assistance Program. To request an appointment, call 573-882-6701.
Student Affairs in a sentence
- Last year, Counseling Center staff provided more than 300 outreach programs.
- People look out for each other: Twenty percent of clients who came to the Counseling Center were referred by friends, and another 12 percent were referred by faculty or staff.
- More than 99 percent of Counseling Center clients report they would recommend the center to other students.
- Counseling Center staff provided Mental Health First Aid training to nearly 800 MU faculty and staff members in the past four years.